Argos LG OLED55B7V OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview Play, Dolby Atmos, Picture-On-Metal Design & Crescent Stand, Silver £1,911.65 code TV15
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Argos LG OLED55B7V OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview Play, Dolby Atmos, Picture-On-Metal Design & Crescent Stand, Silver £1,911.65 code TV15

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Found 7th Aug 2017
Lowest price at the moment code TV15 to save 15% on this great tv other retailers may price match.Bask in the incredible colour-rich realism of the 4K HDR OLED picture with LG's B7. An astonishingly thin OLED panel, pin-sharp 4K UHD resolution, and a stunning HDR colour-scape combine for a simply awe-inspiring picture. Dolby Vision achieves contrast and colour that will blow you away, while Dolby Atmos sound provides truly immersive audio. Use LG’s award-winning webOS 3.5 Smart platform to stream shows from such apps as Netflix, the intuitive Magic Remote to navigate, and add a hyper-modern touch of class to your living room with its Blade Slim picture-on-metal design. With spectacular visuals and audio, the B7 will revolutionise your home entertainment.

Impeccable 4K OLED for Perfect Black, Perfect Colour
Fusing OLED tech with 4K resolution, this set’s contrast, colour and clarity make viewing simply one-of-a-kind. OLED pixels are self-lighting, meaning that they can switch on-and-off individually to conjure inky blacks and super-bright whites. Unlike regular 3 colour pixels (RGB) in LED screens, LG’s panel has 4 colour pixels (WRGB) with an added white sub-pixel. This delivers ultra-fine colour gradation and a colour palette that’s virtually true-to-life. With 33 million of these pixels, this 4K OLED set is a majesty to behold, achieving perfect black, perfect colour and perfect clarity.

OLED HDR with Dolby Vision
LG are one of the forerunners of colour-boosting High Dynamic Range (HDR). As members of the UHD Alliance, they've delivered top-shelf OLED HDR with a staggering 10-bit colour depth. This means that there are over a billion individual colours to deepen your view and show shades you’ve never seen in home entertainment before. Usually, studios are forced to dilute the colour of their shows and films to fit on our TVs. Now, HDR screens like the B7 can channel content from studio-to-living room with the same precision and utterly otherworldly hues. Better yet, the B7 is one of the few sets to be compatible with Dolby Vision content – a special standard that loads on even more mind-blowing colour and contrast. This set also features Multi HDR support and Active HDR so whatever entertainment you're enjoying, you'll always get the full, glorious HDR treatment with pin-point accuracy.
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Great deal, thanks OP. I have asked John Lewis to price match as would prefer the 5 year warranty, fingers crossed!
Tempting indeed! Interested in your price match outcome please
Edited by: "ScotlandtheDave" 7th Aug 2017
Will hang till between 15-£1700, always worked out for me, let all the 2 thousandners+ buy for now, feels good when it's decent price not
a littte tiny discount
Good deal, I just wish they'd stuck with a 3D option. I have the E6 from last year and the 3D is amazing.
But does it improve the quality of the programmes?
SpringHeeledJim1 h, 1 m ago

Good deal, I just wish they'd stuck with a 3D option. I have the E6 from …Good deal, I just wish they'd stuck with a 3D option. I have the E6 from last year and the 3D is amazing.


3D is pretty much dying/dead now, esecially with cinemas starting to drop it and less and less TV's featuring it these days, which is a dispointment to me.
vig1lante17 m ago

3D is pretty much dying/dead now, esecially with cinemas starting to drop …3D is pretty much dying/dead now, esecially with cinemas starting to drop it and less and less TV's featuring it these days, which is a dispointment to me.



This is dissappointing to me also, they have dropped 3D from all this year's OLED sets and didn't include it on last year's B6. I would have bought either the B6 or B7 by now if they had 3D as that's the only thing stopping me from buying one.

Can't justify the expense of last year's E6 just to get 3D as it's not worth paying that much more extra just for 3D, especially when I don't want the built in sound bar which is where most of the extra cost is going
Edited by: "DontRun" 7th Aug 2017
Bonoman271 h, 50 m ago

Great deal, thanks OP. I have asked John Lewis to price match as would …Great deal, thanks OP. I have asked John Lewis to price match as would prefer the 5 year warranty, fingers crossed!


Let us know if they agree to price match as I will try as well! Thanks.
Grab a 55 C6 if you can. RS may have a few left? and has 3d
xfilian26 m ago

Let us know if they agree to price match as I will try as well! Thanks.




Heard back from them with a decline as Argos told them the price was the same as theirs. Have gone back to them with a screenshot of the Argos checkout with the code applied (I did inform them of the voucher in the initial request) to see if that might change their mind. Will let you know what they come back with
Would imagine JL Would want a like for like warranty.
Paying nearly 2k for a 1 year warranty TV is a complete no no irrespective of any EU law.
£1,911.65 for a Tv Ide expect it to cook clean and take out the dog for that price! Crazy money
I ain't got no £2000 to be spending on a TV
rickj51 m ago

Would imagine JL Would want a like for like warranty.Paying nearly 2k for …Would imagine JL Would want a like for like warranty.Paying nearly 2k for a 1 year warranty TV is a complete no no irrespective of any EU law.


These guarantees are pretty pointless, Uk Consumer Contract Regulations trumps the EU Law in this area anyway.

The retailer can be liable for up to 6 years, and you would expect a 2k TV to last for a good 5 years before developing faults, if the retailer Argos refused to rectify the issue you can get the TV repaired by another company and take them to small claims court to pay for the legal fees and the repair.
Edited by: "jayjayuk1234" 7th Aug 2017
I have the b6 and it truly crushes any tv out there OLED is seriously a sight for sore eyes can bet that b7 is even better more nits ect
Bonoman2758 m ago

Heard back from them with a decline as Argos told them the price was the …Heard back from them with a decline as Argos told them the price was the same as theirs. Have gone back to them with a screenshot of the Argos checkout with the code applied (I did inform them of the voucher in the initial request) to see if that might change their mind. Will let you know what they come back with

John Lewis came back to said they won't price match with the voucher code unless the code is displayed on the product page which this isn't. Oh well was worth a shot. Torn now as I have £250 in Argos vouchers sat around which brings the price down nicely but it's just only getting a 12 month warranty from Argos puts me off.
Bonoman2715 m ago

John Lewis came back to said they won't price match with the voucher code …John Lewis came back to said they won't price match with the voucher code unless the code is displayed on the product page which this isn't. Oh well was worth a shot. Torn now as I have £250 in Argos vouchers sat around which brings the price down nicely but it's just only getting a 12 month warranty from Argos puts me off.

will RS price match with Argos with the code? Might be worth a try
jayjayuk123420 m ago

These guarantees are pretty pointless, Uk Consumer Contract Regulations …These guarantees are pretty pointless, Uk Consumer Contract Regulations trumps the EU Law in this area anyway.The retailer can be liable for up to 6 years, and you would expect a 2k TV to last for a good 5 years before developing faults, if the retailer Argos refused to rectify the issue you can get the TV repaired by another company and take them to small claims court to pay for the legal fees and the repair.


Have you ever tried arguing that with Argos though? I tried it with a different product. They asked for an engineers report or the manufacturer authorisation code which confirms the fault. Manufacturer said no such codes exist and Argos all for codes all the time to get out of their responsibilities.

So I got the manufacturers to confirm in writing the product was faulty instead and forwarded it to Argos. They told me they would not help despite having evidence from the manufacturer and to take it up with the manager in store.


If you can claim under EU law, you're a much better negotiator than me. Even if you win, you will probably only get a percentage of the money back. After all that stress is rather have a warranty in writing.
DontRun2 h, 36 m ago

This is dissappointing to me also, they have dropped 3D from all this …This is dissappointing to me also, they have dropped 3D from all this year's OLED sets and didn't include it on last year's B6. I would have bought either the B6 or B7 by now if they had 3D as that's the only thing stopping me from buying one.Can't justify the expense of last year's E6 just to get 3D as it's not worth paying that much more extra just for 3D, especially when I don't want the built in sound bar which is where most of the extra cost is going




All the major TV manufactures announced at the start of the year they have officially drop 3D. It was a useless piece of tech hardily no body wanted or used.
I've got this television arriving on Thursday on a price match with John Lewis for £2,029. Should I maintain this with the 5 year warranty or go for this instead?
I bought this for £2500 only two weeks ago from Currys.

Really good TV but there is so little 4k content around right now. And tbh the jump from HD to 4k is nothing like from SD to HD.
But still, a really good TV.
InfinitePrime4 m ago

I've got this television arriving on Thursday on a price match with John …I've got this television arriving on Thursday on a price match with John Lewis for £2,029. Should I maintain this with the 5 year warranty or go for this instead?


Where did you find this for £2,029 that JL would accept the price match? I've also bought from JL recently...
JasperL29 m ago

Where did you find this for £2,029 that JL would accept the price match? …Where did you find this for £2,029 that JL would accept the price match? I've also bought from JL recently...

Total Digital had a flash sale on a weekend about 3 weeks ago where the television was on sale for £1999 + £30 delivery.
malachi41 m ago

All the major TV manufactures announced at the start of the year they have …All the major TV manufactures announced at the start of the year they have officially drop 3D. It was a useless piece of tech hardily no body wanted or used.



Well some people must want or use 3D as 3 people have already commented on this post in support of it and there's a petition for LG to bring back 3D on their OLED TV's with over 12k signatures so far change.org/p/l…del

plumberman562 h, 51 m ago

Grab a 55 C6 if you can. RS may have a few left? and has 3d



I would do if it wasn't curved
glennhoward0071 h, 39 m ago

will RS price match with Argos with the code? Might be worth a try


Nope. RS won't match Argos due to crappy warranty offered by Argos.
Ben.Bodien24 m ago

Has anyone seen a similar deal on the oled55c7v - same TV panel but with a …Has anyone seen a similar deal on the oled55c7v - same TV panel but with a black bezel instead of silver, and a more subtle stand?



That's a Curry's only model I believe so unlikely anyone else will have stock to price match against. Shame as like you I would prefer the black bezel over silver. Just checked the Curry's website and it says they price match against Argos including vouchers so it may be possible to get Curry's to price match and see if they are willing to do it against the C model instead but given they want £2499 for the 'C' it's unlikely. Let me know if you give it a go and it works though
DontRun36 m ago

Well some people must want or use 3D as 3 people have already commented on …Well some people must want or use 3D as 3 people have already commented on this post in support of it and there's a petition for LG to bring back 3D on their OLED TV's with over 12k signatures so far https://www.change.org/p/lg-please-revive-3d-on-a-2018-oled-tv-modelI would do if it wasn't curved


LG have changed panel specs on 2017 models hence no manufacturers will do 3D with OLED; they sell millions of panels , such a petition is irrelevant
mb135712 m ago

LG have changed panel specs on 2017 models hence no manufacturers will do …LG have changed panel specs on 2017 models hence no manufacturers will do 3D with OLED; they sell millions of panels , such a petition is irrelevant

I'm not saying they will do it (I personally don't think they will), but there is definately a market for it and people who still want 3D in their home.

LG will change panel specs every year (they're not going to release panels with the same specs as the previous year), so i don't really see why this is relevant
SpringHeeledJim5 h, 40 m ago

Good deal, I just wish they'd stuck with a 3D option. I have the E6 from …Good deal, I just wish they'd stuck with a 3D option. I have the E6 from last year and the 3D is amazing.



i've got a C6 that i've had since november and i still havn't properly used 3D
i tested it with Wipeout HD on the PS3 but it didn't look right, the hud was impressive but the gameplay seemed off
Got the C6 a few months back and im thrilled.

Would highly recommend these OLEDs to anyone interested.

Only downside is that LG's WebOS isnt great, Android TV (now the issues have been ironed out) is miles better.

HEAT
3d died because it launched on crappy 1080p sets and manufacturers needed a new gimmick to sell even when not ready. If it launched now it would take off on these high end sets.
MSK.4 h, 5 m ago

Have you ever tried arguing that with Argos though? I tried it with a …Have you ever tried arguing that with Argos though? I tried it with a different product. They asked for an engineers report or the manufacturer authorisation code which confirms the fault. Manufacturer said no such codes exist and Argos all for codes all the time to get out of their responsibilities. So I got the manufacturers to confirm in writing the product was faulty instead and forwarded it to Argos. They told me they would not help despite having evidence from the manufacturer and to take it up with the manager in store.If you can claim under EU law, you're a much better negotiator than me. Even if you win, you will probably only get a percentage of the money back. After all that stress is rather have a warranty in writing.


Yes, i have in fact claimed for a TV funnily enough, but not Argos. It was Comet

Doesn't need to be a defect at manufacture, just goods supplied not fit for purpose, my TV failed after 2 years and the warranty was 1 year. I asked them to repair, they refused so i got it repaired independently then took the company to small claims and won.

As i said, if Argos refuse no need to keep arguing with them, their customer service don't seem to realise they have responsibilities outside of their 12 month warranty period, just take them to small claims court and it's usually judged in your favour, unless you have tampered with it or some other reason why the TV failed such as improper use or the like.

It's not EU law i would claim under now, its our very own Consumer Contract Regulations which superceded the Sale of Goods Act and is superior to the EU Law on his matter as i said above.
Edited by: "jayjayuk1234" 7th Aug 2017
In my personal opinion, this is a bit too pricey. But OLED is worth it. OLED+4K is definitely worth it. For a price of about £1,500. A price like this, I'd expect a 65 inch as opposed to 55.
leeksausage1 h, 48 m ago

Got the C6 a few months back and im thrilled.Would highly recommend these …Got the C6 a few months back and im thrilled.Would highly recommend these OLEDs to anyone interested.Only downside is that LG's WebOS isnt great, Android TV (now the issues have been ironed out) is miles better.HEAT



Yeah, the lg web is pretty lacklustre. But if the tv itself had a bigger memory, perhaps the internet in the web would run more fluid and be more worth it.
jaydeeuk11 h, 30 m ago

3d died because it launched on crappy 1080p sets and manufacturers needed …3d died because it launched on crappy 1080p sets and manufacturers needed a new gimmick to sell even when not ready. If it launched now it would take off on these high end sets.


3D will never take off because half the population can't even see it.

jayjayuk12341 h, 2 m ago

Yes, i have in fact claimed for a TV funnily enough, but not Argos. It was …Yes, i have in fact claimed for a TV funnily enough, but not Argos. It was CometDoesn't need to be a defect at manufacture, just goods supplied not fit for purpose, my TV failed after 2 years and the warranty was 1 year. I asked them to repair, they refused so i got it repaired independently then took the company to small claims and won.As i said, if Argos refuse no need to keep arguing with them, their customer service don't seem to realise they have responsibilities outside of their 12 month warranty period, just take them to small claims court and it's usually judged in your favour, unless you have tampered with it or some other reason why the TV failed such as improper use or the like.It's not EU law i would claim under now, its our very own Consumer Contract Regulations which superceded the Sale of Goods Act and is superior to the EU Law on his matter as i said above.



I'm glad it worked out for you, but taking a company to the small claims court vs having a warranty is a world more hassle.
MSK.13 m ago

3D will never take off because half the population can't even see it.I'm …3D will never take off because half the population can't even see it.I'm glad it worked out for you, but taking a company to the small claims court vs having a warranty is a world more hassle.


Of course, but ideally it shouldn't come to that if retailers and consumers alike knew the law

I got the full value of my TV reimbursed, John Lewis will deduct value every year you have had the TV for wear and tear.
Edited by: "jayjayuk1234" 7th Aug 2017
jayjayuk12345 h, 40 m ago

These guarantees are pretty pointless, Uk Consumer Contract Regulations …These guarantees are pretty pointless, Uk Consumer Contract Regulations trumps the EU Law in this area anyway.The retailer can be liable for up to 6 years, and you would expect a 2k TV to last for a good 5 years before developing faults, if the retailer Argos refused to rectify the issue you can get the TV repaired by another company and take them to small claims court to pay for the legal fees and the repair.


You have kind of proved my point.If you think argos will simply refund nearly 2k in year 4 without a word then fill your boots ,spouting a UK law probably won't get your refund either.
You need to prove it had a fault when you originally purchased it and likely a small claims court .
OR.
Simply pay a bit more with likes of Jl,Richer sounds and sleep easy for 5 years .Life too short chasing retailers through the courts.
Even sharks like Curry's now have 5 years on certain TVs
rickj9 m ago

You have kind of proved my point.If you think argos will simply refund …You have kind of proved my point.If you think argos will simply refund nearly 2k in year 4 without a word then fill your boots ,spouting a UK law probably won't get your refund either.You need to prove it had a fault when you originally purchased it and likely a small claims court .OR.Simply pay a bit more with likes of Jl,Richer sounds and sleep easy for 5 years .Life too short chasing retailers through the courts.Even sharks like Curry's now have 5 years on certain TVs


Sorry, but you don't need to prove item had a fault at delivery, If it fails prematurely it can be deemed not fit for purpose AND if the retailer refuses to repair, THEN you can take to court and get a refund. You have to give them a chance to repair the item.

I wouldn't dream of purchasing an expensive TV from Argos, but if i was unfortunate enough to and it failed that;s what i'll do.

And Currys now have 5 years because they are fully aware that they can be taken to small claims court and lose every time.

Also, you make it sound like small claims court is some long winded drawn out affair like an Oscar Pistorius trial or something, it's all done online, easy peasy
Edited by: "jayjayuk1234" 7th Aug 2017
jayjayuk123411 m ago

Of course, but ideally it shouldn't come to that if retailers and …Of course, but ideally it shouldn't come to that if retailers and consumers alike knew the lawI got the full value of my TV reimbursed, John Lewis will deduct value every year you have had the TV for wear and tear.


Just simply NOT TRUE..My Sammy plasma packed in nearly 4 years in .JL sent a engineer who said it needed a new panel and it would cost more than purchase price .As soon as they had the report they phoned me and refunded the FULL PURCHASE PRICE .Never mentioned any wear and tear .
rickj2 m ago

Just simply NOT TRUE..My Sammy plasma packed in nearly 4 years in .JL sent …Just simply NOT TRUE..My Sammy plasma packed in nearly 4 years in .JL sent a engineer who said it needed a new panel and it would cost more than purchase price .As soon as they had the report they phoned me and refunded the FULL PURCHASE PRICE .Never mentioned any wear and tear .


Well done... but that isn't normal practice.

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